who is famous in your country. (Or
describe a famous person who you admire.)
You should say:
Who the person is
Why he / she is famous
Whyyou admire this person
What you would do if yoyu met this person.
Choose a star who is famous in more than one area, such as a pop star who...
Promote person centered approaches in health and social care
1.1 Explain how and why person centered values must influence all aspects of health and social care work:
Because everybody has different belief systems, needs, disabilities, cultures, religious beliefs. Everybody has their own...
did he escape?
Why did you leave the gate open?
Where can he be?
Comparative adverbs (‘comparing’ adverbs)
Adverbs of comparison follow a similar pattern to comparative
adjectives while maintaining their function of modifying words.
fast, faster [comparing two], fastest...
stages of a process, describe an object, or explain how something
works, or how it is used.
For Task 2 you are asked to write a formal essay or a report in which you might have to offer a
solution to a particular problem, present and justify an opinion, compare information given in
the question task...
though you do not mean it:
Perry would always flatter Mrs. Mitchell by praising her cooking.
2 to make someone look as attractive as they can [= suit]:
That dress really flatters your figure.
3 to make something look or seem more important or better than it is:
Lewis's novel doesn't flatter...
c. Choose one of the following topic and describe how would you speak or write to each audience about it.
Friends: I would talk to them in an informal way and language would be local. I would write about the impact of the curfews on us or on the activities that I and my friends do in...
, and explainwhy it is important.”
Developments in transportation, such as the automobile, have had an enormous impact on modern society. Choose another development in transportation that you think is of great importance. Use specific examples and reasons for your choice. ETS now...
. When you develop a descriptive paragraph you can proceed in different ways. You can ask yourself what overall impression you want to convey and select details that suit your purpose or you can get down many different details and then find the overall impression developing from them.
paper is unconvincing, and (in brief) whyyou believe that to be the case. Then you can elaborate on that point in subsequent paragraphs.
If you have sections 1, 1.1, and 1.2, there must be introductory material between 1 and 1.1 that explains briefly what is in the subsections...
Ozymandias' downfall was also because of his arrogance and cruelty. God shall find justice in the end.
8. "Fame is fleeting."
"What goes around comes around."
Decide which of these two phrases best suits the poem and explainwhyyou feel as
you do. If there is another phrase...
language as an observation tool. Time: 30 minutes Materials: Shaniqua video Handouts: C1: Observing and Recording Children at Play C2: Helpful Language C3: List of Adjectives, Verbs, and Adverbs Activity D: Saying What You See Purpose: Clarifying your words. Time: 20 minutes Handouts: D1: Shaniqua, A...
for you. b. choose the topic on which you will write. c. organize your main and supporting ideas. d. find facts, examples, or anecdotes that explain your point. 6. A paragraph contains all of the following elements except a. a thesis statement. b. a topic sentence. c. body sentences. d. a...
interest (optional), and three exceptional adjectives that describeyou.
For general resumes, it is advisable to indicate “Available upon Request”.
Remember to keep your resumé updated even upon acceptance to chosen job...
the stages of a process, describe an object, or explain how something works, or how it is used. For Task 2 you are asked to write a formal essay or a report in which you might have to offer a solution to a particular problem, present and justify an opinion, compare information given in the question...
: Record the applicant’s responses Introduce yourself and your position Briefly describe the organization structure Describe the position the applicant is applying for Explain that you will be taking notes during the interview to assist you in remembering their responses Explain that all applicants will...
lives of ante-bellum slaves."
6. In the body of your essay, don't just tell a story. Analyze and evaluate
evidence you have gathered by brainstorming. Always ask yourself "why". This forces you to analyze and interpret your evidence to prove your point. Also ask yourself weather...
introducing the adjective clause. It is omitted but “understood”, and it could be either that or which.
If English has plenty of adverbs, which you remember are words that mostly describe actions, why should we have whole clauses instead of single words? Sometimes there is no...
distinct point of view Relate your goals Describe unique life experiences Explainwhyyou chose this particular school or opportunity Illustrate your commitment to a cause
Questions to Ask Yourself Before Writing a Personal Statement
Questions about your individuality...
This theory makes a lot of sense to me. If something is intangible you have no way of describing what it is. Looking at it strictly from an English perspective, the mind is a noun. A person will have a very difficult time coming up with adjectives to describe the said noun. In a way the...